Wednesday, May 06, 2015
When Cops Whine
Which is why it's more than a bit rich to hear the Conservative Party police force complain that adhering to the law, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, impairs their efforts to get at child pornographers. This sad excuse for a national police force - the outfit that thinks you can have just one party to a bribery when that suits the boss on the Hill - moans that having to get a warrant from a judge to compel internet service providers to turn over subscriber information on kiddie porn suspects is unfair. You can get paper cuts from filling out those affidavits and stuff. Those cuts could get infected and, who knows, you might die in the line of duty.
To the mealy-mouths at the RCMP, screw you. If you can't follow the laws, the same laws you're sworn to uphold, resign - now. You won't be missed. You've shown us clearly how much you would like our Canada to become your police state but that's not on, not until Harper manages to abolish the Supreme Court of Canada.
You want to crack down on kiddie porn? Good. You've been given plenty of money to do just that. Use it. Now, get on your bike.